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  1. GrandaddyA
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    Share God's Love
    November 27, 2017
    GrandaddyA
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    Who else besides me has ever shuddered when the pastor starts preaching about evangelism and going out soul-winning? I doubt I am alone. Actually the author of the book makes it abundantly clear that a majority of Christians feel quite uncomfortable about going out on a regular basis to try to lead souls to Christ. If you are a gifted evangelist, I admire and applaud you but even after sitting through numerous sermons on evangelism and participating in several different evangelism classes, I still feel very much out of my element when faced with the challenge. However, this book describes a very different approach that makes me think there is still hope for me and many others. I have heard it said that people do not care how much you know until they know how much you care. The crux of the matter boils down to whether or not we really care about the souls all around us who do not have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The author shares from his own experience how small acts of kindness can show the world around our churches how much God really loves them and how much we care. He says that most people need multiple positive encounters with the Gospel before they are ready to accept it. To put it another way, very few people are ready to make a decision the first time they are presented the Gospel message. We should know how to present it if the opportunity arises but in the meantime, we have a lot of work to do to encourage people to the point they want to hear. The author shares a number of practical ways to get involved and includes stories from his own experience that fleshes out the message of the book. The book is practical but it also gives hope.
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